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Sacsayhuaman

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All reviews sexy woman huge stones impressive site great view of cusco stone work stone walls great site amazing ruins cristo blanco machu picchu inca ruin walk up zig zag well worth the visit inti raymi inca architecture cusco city
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Reviewed today

Twice I have visited Sacsayhuaman, both times in awe. The truly remarkable construction defies any rational explanation. A mystical spirit follows you as you walk the grounds. It's not to be missed.

Thank Tod W
Reviewed today

Don't miss this incredible archeological site that goes on and on. Beautiful, haunting and full of important stonework. Excellent.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Everyone told the four of us (all in our 60’s) that we should get a ride up to the ruins at Sacsayhuaman. We love exploring on the hoof however and got to see more on Cusco by taking different routes up and down. The ruins...More

Thank Paradise53528230810
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Unfortunately this site can only be visited as part of a ticket for multiple sites, making it very expensive. We instead cheated by walking up the hill and around the site, without going in - having seen many Inca ruins in the last several weeks...More

Thank starfruit85
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Large Inca fortress with nice views over the city. It’s the best place to see the large Inca stonework, perfectly pieced together without any mortar, incredible construction, wish the Incas had built my place

Thank GClife
Reviewed 4 days ago

If you like history and all that is in Peru, get up the hill and check this out. Inca walls and buildings on a much grander scale than in town and a great view.

Thank Keith_Travel_Lite
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a great stop in your trek to MP. It's amazing to see these in person and stand next to them. Take the time to go visit. When we were there many locals were there trying to sell their goods; if this is something...More

Thank Jraejen
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Lovely park, stunning stones, well maintained. You can book your guide on the spot. In english as well. Nice story about the incas who believed in extra terrest life..... plenty of nice lamas who are not shy

Thank Victoirev9
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were in awe as we toured this architectural site. The mystery of its origin will stir your imagination and instill an appreciation of human ingenuity. Take your time and closely inspect how these massive rocks are put together. There is some walking involved but...More

Thank wallyworld2017
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A prime example of human will power. A fortress on top of a mountainous town. Amazing buildout of rocks, beautiful natural scenery and an amazing bird eye view of Cusco. Prime photography site.

Thank Hye-GlobeTrotter
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Ana Lucia L
May 9, 2018|
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Response from Nitasha J | Reviewed this property |
I believe at the bottom of one entrance there is someone checking your boletas. I am not quite sure that it would be considered a lost and found area. So sorry I couldn’t be of more help but I didn’t see any information... More
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PRZFRED
April 15, 2018|
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Response from Sail_Scarlett | Reviewed this property |
I caught a cab to the furthest one Tambomachay, about 10km out of the city and uphill. Then I spent the next few hours walking the 10km back down the road and seeing the sight as I came to them. It was a pretty long day but... More
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PRZFRED
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Response from OneWendy | Reviewed this property |
the horse rides don't take you to Sacsayhuaman but to the Temple of the Moon and of the Monkey. These sites can't be accessed by tourist bus. These ruins are fantastic...few tourists...interesting carvings and caves...my... More
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